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Looking sharp at work

Let’s face it—there are times when a nurse has bigger fish to fry than a stain here or a scrubs malfunction there. And you’d be hard-pressed to find patients unwilling to accept your expertise because they disagree with the wrinkles in your scrubs.

That said, nurses represent a highly trusted and respected profession, and while this confidence can be attributed to skill and commitment, dressing for the part can’t hurt, either. Even if it’s just a small show of the pride you take in your work.

In this week’s episode of “The Sean Dent Show” on ScrubsBeat, Sean shares his personal take on looking sharp at work, and cautions against common scrubs faux pas. Please feel free to share your own tips for eliminating any or all of them in the comments section below!

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3 Responses to Looking sharp at work

  1. Angi Van Gorp

    One of my biggest pet peeves is frayed pants hems. That drives me NUTS!

  2. Tim Brown

    As a tall guy, I hate that there is no such thing as a tall scrub TOP.

  3. Chassidyelms

    PLEASE try your scrubs on before buying. You should not look as if you were melted and poured into them! #MAJORpetpeeve